This is an incredible walk, quite strenuous. It's June now and the water is thigh deep (I'm a reasonably tall lady!) you don't realise you're working as you are looking at the canyon walls and all their beauty as they narrow in around you, they are massive as they rise above you! I'd suggest you get proper canyoning boots waterproof sock linings and a sturdy stick (not a walking pole) which we hired from Zion outfitters by the very helpful and friendly Jim. I'm sure I enjoyed the day and didn't come back with a broken ankle purely because of his advice! Also wear waterproof sunscreen and take a thin warm top as the temperature changes and plenty of water. There are no loos at all once you're on the walk so be prepared! Go as early as possible as this walk is popular and gets crowded later in the day. Well worth doing, it's like going into a film set!
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